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Anatomy Of Suicidal Propensity And Life's Purpose

I don't know whether committing suicide is a courageous or cowardly act. And I think, taking a specific side here would be unfair. During evolution, our thinking power enabled us to survive. But, it has also provided us an option to end a messed up life.

Suicide is a very serious psychological and philosophical problem that modern humans are facing today. Legally, it is a crime. Religion, too, never permitted this act. And, as a society, we don't want people to do it.
To be, or not to be, that is the question:
Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,
Or to take arms against a sea of troubles,
And by opposing, end them. To die, to sleep—
But, when life becomes miserable, why would one let one's mind to suffer, when there is an option of suicide to attain peace? Why is everyone against suicide?

Probably because, suicide is the violation of human survival interest. We are an adapting species and always believe that there is a scope for better. When all doors are shut, there is always an open door and that door doesn't open by committing suicide. Also, most people who survived a suicide attempt have regretted it and they never attempted it again.

People never actually want to kill themselves. It's just they face an issue that, they think, has screwed everything and is impossible to overcome or when there is a failure of some kind. It may be failure of achieving something in profession, education, or a relationship, that we dreamt of from the very beginning.

So, what is failure actually? I think, failure is just an event that didn't go to our expectation. But, is it really a failure? We always hear from successful people that failure has been a part of their journey to the throne of success. Therefore, failure is a temporary phenomenon. We are here to live a temporary life. All these name, fame, wealth, love, bonding and emotions are there to keep us engaged and to make us happy or sad. And, it is better to be engaged in such sort of temporary activities.

I think, the problem of suicide is also because of over-socialization in the man-made environment. Despite the fact that humans are part of nature, there is a clear difference between natural and man-made environment. The nature can never instigate us to commit suicide. It has always inspire us to be strong. It is because of which we enjoy the stature of being the top species on earth.

Some people commit suicide because they don't find any purpose in life. But, when did life had a purpose? If we think about it spiritually, there has never been a purpose of our life. Life is eternal and whatever we do, it doesn't really matters!
But that the dread of something after death,
The undiscover’d country, from whose bourn
No traveller returns, puzzles the will,
And makes us rather bear those ills we have,
Than fly to others that we know not of?
Life after death is mysterious. It is like an abandoned island from where no one can return back. Therefore, suicide cannot give us peace, instead we have to live with the ‘failure’ without any hope of rectifying it.

We have no idea whether god has created us for his purpose or we are here by coincidence. But, one thing is clear, something what we calls evolution has played an evil trick by making us aware of our unimportance.

The above quotes are the lines from Act III of Shakespeare's Hamlet.

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